Contrary to popular belief, Product Design is not just about designing products. It is a way of thinking, a way to come up with new solutions. Product Designers engage in critical thinking and possess excellent problem-solving skills. They integrate their knowledge in material science, manufacturing technology, art etc to push the boundaries of conventional thinking. Product Designers also look at the various stages of production as a whole, including marketing (whether there is a market and what will sell), economics (costs), production (materials, supplies). Focusing on user experience, they are experts in human-centred design and valuable members in the industry.
Students of this course will study world religions in detail and how they interact with the world. They study how the different religious communities have an impact on culture, society, politics and vice versa. Students can also specialise their expertise in areas such as islamic studies, biblical studies, and asian religions like hinduism and buddhism.
While some graduates go into academic and research field, many do enter professions in social work, NGOS, civil service, journalism, education, law etc.
You can consider these institutions in the UK: Durham University (3rd), University of Edinburgh (19th). SOAS University of London (22nd), University of Exeter (24th) and University of Aberdeen (28th). Top Universities in the US include UC Berkeley (15th) and UCLA (20th).
[QS World Rankings by Subject - Theology, Divinity & Religious Studies, 2017]
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